For this adventure I had a play around with the layout features of Hatch Embroidery Digitizing software to see how I could turn one simple digitized object into a larger design.
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Look At What I Made!
Here is what I created this week.
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I have also included the image from which this was digitized in case you would like to have a go yourself.
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Hatching An Idea
I put this video together to show you my journey through this week’s adventure in machine embroidery. Just hit play and have a good slurp or two of your lovely beverage.
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Ok, that’s me done for this post. Hope you enjoyed hearing about my adventures in machine embroidery and will pop back again soon.
All the best,
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